OK -- I guess I am experiencing the SRT fatigue.
However, I expected to hit a brick wall and that hasn't happened yet. Here's what has happened:
Starting maybe 4 weeks ago, I started feeling a tad tired upon awakening in the morning. I felt my sleep was not restorative. But as soon as I staggered to the bathroom and started my morning ritual (brushing my teeth) everything was fine. I felt perfect. I likened it to a car on a winter morning. Leave it run and it warms up. So, basically, in about 3 minutes I was fine. I considered this to be a total non-issue.
Fast forward. I am starting my last week (5 to go, finally!). I feel just a wee bit tired (not much energy) almost all of the time now. It is not real bad at all, but nevertheless noticeable. This has really sneaked up on me. I still stay up almost as late as usual (I used to be up until maybe 2:00 AM; now it's 1:00 AM). I am sleeping in maybe 45 minutes later, too. But that slight tiredness is pretty steady. It doesn't seem to vary much. So, some questions:
1) Does this sound like SRT tiredness?
2) How long is it likely to last after completing SRT?
3) What causes this? Does SRT cause some type of anemia or is it just the body seeking to repair the damaged cells due to the SRT?
4) Does exercise help to diminish the tiredness? I have not gone to the gym for a week. I thought due to laziness, but I'm 100% sure this little tiredness is contributing to that. Probably time to kick it in gear!!